So with the arts ... as in every aspect of life, truth is central, the thing with which everything else must be in accord.

Frank E. Gaebelein

The arts program adds breadth to an Oaks Christian education. It not only pushes students to dramatically improve their talents, but it also provides knowledge and experience. Visual and performing art courses offer students the opportunity to explore and discover their inherent creative gifts, and to share these gifts in significant ways. The combination of expert teaching, student-centered learning, and superb facilities makes Oaks Christian a wonderful place for students to experience the joy of art-making and to grow richly in their creative endeavors.

Upcoming Calendar

May 12

Middle School Arts Extravaganza

Location: Middle School Pods
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
May 19

HS Barebones Production

Thru: 5/20/2016
Location: Bedrosian Pavilion
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Arts News

  • Director Nominated for Tony Education Award

    OCS Theatre Arts Director Ros Allen-Enciso has been nominated for the Excellence in Theatre Education Award, presented by Carnegie Mellon University and the Tony Awards. The winner will be honored at the 2016 Tony Awards national telecast on June 12. The award honors K-12 and theatre organization teachers who...

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  • Theatre Students Bring Home Trophies

    Oaks Christian School Advanced Performance theatre students brought home trophies from the annual Drama Teachers Association of Southern California Festival, an annual theatre competition featuring over 2,000 students competing in nine different categories.The OCS students competed in...

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  • Student Art Featured in Juried Exhibit

    OCS senior Tatyana Stark’s painting “Inbetween” has been accepted into “Borders,” the 2015 juried exhibit for the Artist Guild San Diego Museum of Art. This is a unique honor for a student to be included in a show featuring professional adult artists...

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  • Matthew Chen Honored at Aspen Music Fest

    OCS alumnus Matthew Chen, Class of 2014, was selected to attend the recent Aspen Music Festival and School as a fellow through the Ruth Coates Roush Scholarship. Chen, who is a sophomore at The Juilliard School in New York, was also the featured student in the AMFS Student Spotlight publication...

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  • Performing Arts Tour to Hawaii

    Attention all high school choir, orchestra and band students! Pack your bags, grab your swimsuit and put your instrument in the case. The Music Performing Arts Tour this year is headed to Hawaii February 11-17, 2016 during winter break. As part of the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor...

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